02 August 2007

Digital Concept Maps for Managing Knowledge and Information (PDF) - View as HTML (Model of concept map-based representation and access of domain knowledge and related information).

FlickrBrowse : http://labs.metacarta.com/flickrbrowse/ Browsing the World’s Interesting Flickr Images via OpenLayers.

POLYFOAM! : http://comp.uark.edu/~strauss/foama/ (The first class, while producing periodic structures in the limit, is often quite interesting before the limit is reached).

Pixelated Mosaic Edges : http://www.photoshoplab.com/pixelated-mosaic-edges.html

Gateway to the Great Books : http://www.thegreatideas.org/gbgateway.html#volume1

(Video) Large Scale (8' x 256') Mural production techniques

The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine (probably the paper to read about how Google works, written by Sergey Brin and Lawrance Page). Via

Any ideas what NET-198-81-128-0-1 could find so interesting about http://greatmap.blogspot.com/2006_09_01_archive.html (?)

"Even though you have to prepare carefully, you want something fun and interesting to do as you play and manipulate the final work. Keep it alive while you're actually doing it." - Alan Wylie
"Didn’t know how lost I was until I found you." - Madonna, Like A Virgin
"A black swan is an outlier, an event that lies beyond the realm of normal expectations. Most people expect all swans to be white because that's what their experience tells them; a black swan is by definition a surprise." - Nassim Nicholas Taleb (LEARNING TO EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED)
"Nonsense and beauty have close connections." - E. M. Forster
"... even as you would ideally imagine every conceivable detail of your heart's desire, don't attach yourself to those details, only to the bigger pictures of wealth and abundance, friends and laughter, health and harmony..." - The Universe

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